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Do you use open source when completing your NCAA tournament bracket?

Do you use open source when completing your NCAA tournament bracket?
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How do you make your NCAA tournament selections?

82 votes tallied
I make the picks myself
16 votes
I crowdsource my selections
8 votes
I conduct research based on available data
9 votes
I choose based on mascots
49 votes

The craziness of March basketball is here. Sports fans and offices around the world are filling out NCAA tournament brackets. Can open source help you make the right picks?

You might prefer to make the picks yourself based on your own basketball knowledge. Maybe you crowdsource your selections based on previous picks or expert opinions. Or are you one of those people that spends hours digging through all the data and stats available?

No matter how you make your picks, even if it's based on which team has the better mascot, how does open source influences your selections?

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